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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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U70B Cresta Beyers Naude

Beyers Naude

Johannesburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.152285

27.989209

Pretoria St

Shop 307 Randburg Square

Pretoria St

Randburg

2160

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.098467

28.003405

32704 Sandown Rd

Sandown Rd

Table View

7441

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.806074

18.483814

271 Corlett Dve

Corlett Dve

Sandton

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.12536

28.09253

266 D F Malan Dve

Mayville Mall Cntr

D F Malan Dve

Pretoria

0084

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.176061

28.042732

Biltong Mfrs & Wh'salers

Biltong is one of South Africa’s most cherished homegrown delicacy.This strip of meat spiced and dried according to the manufactures specifications is bought and sold all over South Africa. The word "Biltong" is a combination of two words from the Dutch language. They are, ‘Bil’ which means rump, and ‘tong’, which means strip or tongue. The method of making biltong was first developed by the Khoikhoi as a means of preserving the meat without the need to freeze it.

Today there are number of manufacturers in South Africa that specialises in preparing of this edible piece of uncooked meat. Some manufacturers would slice the meat at different levels of thickness, while others would dry and spice in different ways. While there are a number of ways to prepare biltong, the most common ingredients used are Black pepper, coriander, salt, sugar, vinegar, and barbecue spice. Biltong is also made from chicken, beef, ostrich, fish and various other kinds of game, like Kudu and Springbok.

While many have identified biltong with the American version of jerky, biltong is different in three ways. Biltong is marinated in vinegar, while jerky is not. The American jerky is cut thinner, whereas biltong is sliced in much thicker strips. Lastly, biltong is air dried usually in colder climates while the American jerky is often smoked in order to dry it. No matter how you like your meat or fish, biltong is part of the South African culture of favourite cuisine that is shared with many other South African pastimes.

If you want to more information on biltong you can search for the many manufacturers and wholesalers on our yellow pages website.

Biltong Mfrs & Wh'salers

Biltong is one of South Africa’s most cherished homegrown delicacy.This strip of meat spiced and dried according to the manufactures specifications is bought and sold all over South Africa. The word "Biltong" is a combination of two words from the Dutch language. They are, ‘Bil’ which means rump, and ‘tong’, which means strip or tongue. The method of making biltong was first developed by the Khoikhoi as a means of preserving the meat without the need to freeze it.

Today there are number of manufacturers in South Africa that specialises in preparing of this edible piece of uncooked meat. Some manufacturers would slice the meat at different levels of thickness, while others would dry and spice in different ways. While there are a number of ways to prepare biltong, the most common ingredients used are Black pepper, coriander, salt, sugar, vinegar, and barbecue spice. Biltong is also made from chicken, beef, ostrich, fish and various other kinds of game, like Kudu and Springbok.

While many have identified biltong with the American version of jerky, biltong is different in three ways. Biltong is marinated in vinegar, while jerky is not. The American jerky is cut thinner, whereas biltong is sliced in much thicker strips. Lastly, biltong is air dried usually in colder climates while the American jerky is often smoked in order to dry it. No matter how you like your meat or fish, biltong is part of the South African culture of favourite cuisine that is shared with many other South African pastimes.

If you want to more information on biltong you can search for the many manufacturers and wholesalers on our yellow pages website.

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